So, I've run into a rather strange problem that I would like to get some help on. I recently installed Tetris Effect: Connected via the Microsoft Store, and started having some trouble with it almost immediately after I began playing. It would let me play for a few moments before freezing my headset display and then booting me out of Oculus Link. I would have to reconnect in order to continue playing. I wanted to try and fix this since it began getting annoying, and tried difference methods to try and remedy the situation.
First, I tried lowering the graphics settings in the game, somehow thinking the particle effects were wearing my PC down
Next, I tried repairing the Oculus PC app, to no avail
Then, I tried unplugging my link cable and plugging it back in, even trying different ports. Once again, no luck there.
Finally, after remembering that these problems didn't occur until I played the game, I decided to uninstall it. I didn't think that this would work, but to my surprise, that was the issue.
Now the odd thing is, that even if I didn't have Tetris Effect open, simply having the game installed on my PC, Oculus Link would still crash. It even got to a point to where I couldn't be in Oculus link for more than a literal second until it crashed, and this was after I restarted my PC.
It's a real shame that I had to uninstall this game in order to continue using Oculus Link, and I was wondering if anyone had some insight they could offer on the matter. Perhaps it was a compatibility issue with the fact that it was a Windows 10 app instead of the Steam or Oculus version? Or could it have been something else?
Oculus Quest 2 version 22.214.171.124
Oculus PC App version 126.96.36.199
Party Link Cable plugged into USB-C 3.0 port
Windows 10 x64 Pro Edition
CPU: Ryzen 7 3500X
GPU: AMD RX 580 Sapphire Nitro Pulse